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Friday, December 15, 2006


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Hi Nick,

How about some examples?


Dan, I think FeedDemon's security features are an good example. If a feed contains scripting code, you don't have to do anything to prevent it from accessing your local system - FeedDemon simply prevents it from executing. In other words, nothing is required from the end user to make FeedDemon secure.

If you're interested in details on how this works, check out http://nick.typepad.com/blog/2006/09/feed_security_a.html

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